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Penny Lynn (Lambertson) McComiskey
October 11, 1970 ~ November 18, 2023 (age 53) 53 Years Old
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Celebrating the life of a radiant soul, Penny (Lambertson) McComiskey, a woman who embodied love, kindness, and selflessness in every aspect of her life. Penny was born on October 11, 1970, in Norwich, CT, and on November 18, 2023, she left a lasting legacy of positivity and love.
Penny was a woman of immeasurable courage and strength, always wearing a smile that illuminated the hearts of those around her. She was a source of inspiration, and a wellspring of laughter and joy. Her life was a testament to the power of love, kindness, and selflessness. She lived her life with an unwavering devotion to her family and friends, and her love and generosity knew no bounds.
Penny shared a beautiful journey of love and companionship with her husband, Brian. Their bond was a testament to the power of love and the strength of commitment. Together, they raised four incredible children; Jake McComiskey and his wife Katie, Kaitlynne Loucraft and her husband Donovan, Chrystal Canova and her husband Danny, and Aden McComiskey and his girlfriend Anna Campbell. Sadly, she was predeceased by her brother Anthony and her daughter Jenna. Penny was a pillar of support, a guiding light, and a source of endless love for her children. She nurtured their dreams, celebrated their victories, and held their hands through the trials of life.
Penny's love extended beyond her immediate family, touching the lives of her sister and best friend, Cherie Dascomb and her husband Jerry, her brother, Donald Ladd, and her nieces and nephew - Lauren, Siana, Cassy, Jeanette, Ann, and Nick. Penny was the heart of her family, a source of love and kindness, and a source of inspiration and strength.
One of Penny's greatest joys in life was becoming a grandmother. She cherished every moment spent with her grandbabies Eurydice, Freyja, and Greyson. To them, she was Mimi, a superhero with an infectious laugh and a heart full of love. Penny's love for her grandchildren was a beautiful testament to her selfless nature and her boundless capacity for love.
In Penny's world, love was a verb. It was seen in her kind gestures, felt in her warm hugs, heard in her laughter, and experienced in her selfless acts. She loved unconditionally, lived passionately, and left an indelible mark on the hearts of those she touched. Her life was a beautiful melody of love, kindness, and selflessness.
In the face of life's storms, Penny was a beacon of hope. She taught us that love is the greatest force, kindness the greatest virtue, and selflessness the greatest gift. She lived her life with kindness, courage, and an unwavering faith in the power of love.
As we celebrate Penny's life, we remember a woman of strength, a woman of love, a woman of kindness, and a woman of selflessness. Her spirit lives on in the hearts of those she loved, in the smiles of her grandchildren, in the laughter of her children, and in the love of her husband.
Penny's life was a testament to the power of love, the strength of kindness, and the beauty of selflessness. She was a source of strength in times of weakness, and a reservoir of love in moments of despair. Her legacy is a tapestry of love and kindness, woven with threads of joy and laughter.
Today, as we celebrate Penny's life, we remember not just the love she gave but the love she inspired. We remember not just the joy she brought but the joy she cultivated. And we remember not just the life she lived but the lives she touched. Penny (Lambertson) McComiskey, a beacon of love, a pillar of strength, and a legacy of kindness. She lives on in our hearts, in our memories, and in the love that she so selflessly gave.
In Lieu of Flowers the family request donations be made in Penny’s name in St Jude’s Childrens Hospital at www.stjudes.org. Penny's family will receive relatives and friends on Saturday, December 2, 2023 from 10:00am to 12:00pm at Potter Funeral Home 456 Jackson St., Willimantic.